Watching Movies on TV

from by Gabriel Goldstein

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lyrics

There's no bears up in the hills
why would there be?
only to be hanging with RVs
we're all hanging with RVs

There's no people in the street
why would there be?
only to dodge cars
we're all dodging cars

There's no lovers in the bars
why would there be?
they're all at home watching movies on tv
we're all watching movies on tv

chorus:
And it's hard to keep a steady pace
When your boots are full of mud
We can't undo what's been done
And it seems to me the history
of us spinning round the sun
is trying to turn gold back into lead

There's no diamonds in the rough
why would there be?
they're all stuck on ladies rings
we're all stuck on ladies rings

There's no poetry in songs
why would there be?
it's all used in advertising
we're all used in advertising

chorus

There's no bears up in the hills
why would there be?
they're all at home watching movies on tv

credits

from Sad Stories & Cautionary Tales, released November 3, 2011
gabriel goldstein - vocals and rhythm guitar
annie bacon - vocals, upright bass and ukulele
chris borchardt - lead guitar

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Gabriel Goldstein New Orleans, Louisiana

Gabriel grew up in the foothills of the blue ridge mountains, and later moved west where he played with SF indie favorite Sweet Crude Bill & the Lighthouse Nautical Society. His music reflects the concerns of modern living while striving for a simpler, less fragmented existence, a contemporary country folk blues. He currently lives in New Orleans, eking out a menial living to support his art. ... more

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